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Pro tips from Penn’s gardeners
Cole Jadrosich and Lila Bhide of Facilities and Real Estate Services care for edible growing spaces around campus, including the Penn Community Garden. (Photo: Scott Spitzer) By Katherine Unger Baillie Gardening as a pastime can seem so relaxin (More)
OH Digest: Toxic red tide, ‘zombie genes,’ and more
Toxic red tides pose a serious threat to marine life. One in Florida (not pictured) has led to a declared state of emergency.  (Photo: Alejandro Díaz/Wikimedia Commons) Our weekly digest compiles stories and news, both from here at Penn and around (More)
Turning up the heat on crime
John MacDonald, a professor of criminology and sociology, and emergency medicine physician More)
SAS Dean’s Global Inquiries Fund
Zahra Fakhraai receives a grant from the Dean's Global Inquiries Fund at the School of Arts and Sciences to study "Active Coating Technologies (ACT) to Mitigate the Global Water Crisis". This project is in collaboration with Russell Composto, Daeyeon (More)
Sathya wins a number of awards at the Intel ISEF competition
Sathya Edamadaka wins an impressive number of awards at the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair. These awards include: Best of Category (Energy: Physical) - $5,000 More)
Murray wins the 2018 Hypercube award from Penn Chemistry
Murray Skolnick receives the 2018 Hypercube award for his research in computational chemistry. Congratulations Murray! (More)
One Health Digest: A parasite called rat lungworm, life-threatening dog saliva, and more
After eating raw centipedes at a market, two unfortunate people have contracted the rat lungworm parasite. (Photo credit: Flickr Creative Commons/Yun Huang Yon (More)
Born in the summer and the living ain’t easy
By Katherine Unger Baillie Forget birthstones and astrological signs; the month in which you were born may carry serious significance for your health. A research project involving a team from Penn’s Perelman S (More)
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